Traumatic Brain Injury Lawsuit

Traumatic brain injury (TBI) is a situation when a sudden trauma, such as a blow or jolt to the head, causes damage to the brain. In addition, patients and their families have the right to brain injury lawsuit for the damages that commonly result.

Approximately 1.4 million individuals sustain a traumatic brain injury every year in the US. Moreover, in times of combat, 14-20% of surviving casualties suffer a TBI.

How does brain injury occur?

When the skull is  struck by another object, it leads the brain to scrape against the rough and hard interior surface of the skull. Consequently, the force of the blow transmits to the brain after contact, causing bleeding, bruising, and even the destruction of nerve cells.

These traumatic brain injuries lead to impaired physical, cognitive, emotional, and behavioral functioning.

Approximately 1.4 million individuals sustain a traumatic brain injury every year in the US. Moreover, in times of combat, 14-20% of surviving casualties suffer a TBI.

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What type of compensation can I get from a brain injury lawsuit?

Severe brain injuries are life-threatening. Therefore, even if the injured person survives and files a brain injury lawsuit, the catastrophic nature of the injuries invariably can turn out into long periods of hospitalization and ongoing rehabilitation, and a certain degree of day-to-day care for the rest of the person’s life.

Types of brain injuries:

  • Moderate traumatic brain injury: where the person is unconscious for between 30 minutes and 24 hours after the incident that caused trauma.
  • Mild traumatic brain injury: it is defined as the loss of consciousness following a head injury that lasts for a period of 30 minutes or less. 

Liability for coma from several brain injuries:

  • Negligent drivers in car accidents.
  • Trucking companies who employ an at-fault trucker. 
  • Commercial building operators for a slip and fall injury. 
  • Landlords for injuries due to poor living conditions. 
  • Medical professionals who cause a coma through malpractice. 
  • Athletic organizations as well as school districts allow athletes to continue playing with a concussion. 

How to file a traumatic brain injury lawsuit?

Although it’s not physically seen, the side effects of brain injuries are life-threatening. Therefore, if you’re injured in a car accident or other type of accident, it’s important to keep proper records and document the effects of the injuries on your daily life. 

Moreover, you should also take professional assistance from a brain injury attorney to get maximum compensation from a brain injury lawsuit.

Reasons to hire a personal injury lawyer for a traumatic brain injury Lawsuit claim

  • Establish liability in the accident. 
  • Fights for you in court, if an agreeable settlement can’t be reached. 
  • Negotiate on your behalf for the fullest extent of your injuries. 
  • Investigate and gather evidence to support your claim. 

Contact an experienced attorney to file your brain injury lawsuit claim. Nevertheless, if you want a lawyer who cares about you and the outcome of your case, pick Ethen Ostroff. He and his network will ensure you get every dollar possible for what you went through.

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